Ana's Guest House B&B
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... Barcelona's main Basilica. We purchased tickets for the elevator ride to the roof top to view the sun going down on our last day in Barcelona. The views of Barcelona are breath taking!
Being on top of the church and looking around is incredible. Daniel and I were constantly amazed by rich and very long history here. It was also interesting for me to walk around the church and see all of the candles that were being lit ...
... around us and almost unbelievably, standing next to us a Catalan man and his daughter( who was in one of the teams)both of whom spoke perfect English giving us a running commentary on the event. We could not believe our luck as there were thousands of people in the square and we were in the very best position to see it all! Absolutely the highlight of our trip so far. So thrilling and so scary watching these people who ...
... around the corner in my new Barri, and wahla!
Shining like a beacon was a bright and beautiful organic store/café. So far I have had my morning coffee (Cortado),
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Flights over were fine. Didn't sleep though, other than a few short naps. Arrived feeling hungover from too much plane food. The pre booked transfer to our accommodation was messy. Had to wait an extra hour and a half at airport for other passengers arriving on later flight and got dropped off at wrong street by driver relying on his Navman. The location was in fact Catalunya which is where the airport ...
... to the place. Everyone on tour asked if we could stay to which Leo assured us that the next place would be a delight. As we drove to Carcasonne, we viewed how perfume is made and drove through Nice followed by a stop at Avignon - a quaint town that looked like it had stepped right out of one of Van Gogh's painting. We are met with more Christmas stalls which have really set the mood for the festive season for those on tour. On this night, Susan, Jemima, Paula, ...